Secure Access for Remote Admins and Outsourced IT With Centrify Zero Trust Privilege
Whether they're employees, outsourced IT, vendors or managed service providers — granting remote administrators privileged access to your infrastructure introduces risk. Centrify Zero Trust Privilege helps customers grant least privilege access based on verifying who is requesting access, the context of the request, and the risk of the access environment. By implementing least privilege access, Centrify allows organizations to secure access for remote administrators and outsourced IT.
New Business Realities: Outsourced IT Is Here to Stay
Outsourcing is no longer something that a subset of organizations pursue but has become mainstream. Matter of fact, every organization outsources at least some of their IT. When doing so, organizations grant privileged access to not only their remote workers, but also outsourced vendors. Remote access has become a new attack vector for hackers, as a recent alert from the FBI illustrates. As privileged credentials are representing the key to the kingdom, it only takes one compromised privileged credential to impact millions. Don’t let it be yours.
Let Us Help YouLeveraging Centrify Zero Trust Privilege solutions, organizations can dramatically minimize the risk associated with remote access threats. In this context, Centrify offers identity federation to enable users of one domain to securely access data or systems of another domain seamlessly and without the need for completely redundant user administration. Further capabilities like risk-based multi-factor authentication, password vaulting for shared passwords, targeted VPN-less access, least privilege access and recording of all privileged access sessions empower customers to minimize their cyber risk exposure to remote access attacks.
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CyberCast: Secure Remote Access for Administrators
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